The Print Show has closed its doors for another year after three days of visitors and exhibitors connecting thanks to print and its many associated sectors.

Organisers have now confirmed the dates of the 2024 show will be September 17th, 18th, and 19th at the NEC in Birmingham.

Due to the success of the 2023 exhibition, many of this year’s exhibitors have already signed for the 2024 edition.

The first to officially sign was Colin Sinclair McDermott, The Online Print Coach, who returned to The Print Show this year in order to promote his new podcast ‘The Printerviews’ as well as The Print Growth Roadshow and The Print Growth Academy.

Companies such as Resolute DTF, VB Media, Venture Banners, and Trade Embroidery have also confirmed early commitment to 2024 with the latter company stating it had a record breaking week at the show.

Organisers, visitors, and exhibitors have all been abuzz on social media posting about this year’s exhibition which had a fantastic atmosphere and a variety of eye-popping stands.

Exhibitors like Liyu UK, Fujifilm, Konica Minolta, Premier Paper, Aurora, Trade Print, and Baker Labels, and many many more have all celebrated an “amazing” three days at the show which has allowed them to make new connections and showcase new technologies.

Posting on LinkedIn, visitor of the event, Kirsty Mitchinson, said: “We learnt so much about sustainability in print and eco-friendly alternatives that we can benefit from. We have come away inspired and looking forward to bringing some fresh ideas into the workplace.”

The show also saw success with its newly revamped Knowledge Zone which saw a variety of different professionals take to the stage for various talks and presentations which helped both exhibitors and visitors.

One of the speakers, Mark Blackhurst, from DigitalNext, wrote on LinkedIn: “Had an amazing time at The Print Show in Birmingham yesterday. At the show I met so many super ambitious people, great products and saw lots of state-of-the-art machinery.”

Blackhurst added: “Thank you also to the show organisers it was a seriously good show, also to Nicola Peacock and Rob Fletcher who were of great support and assistance in the run up to the show, I thank you so much.”

After a packed three days (including a Gala Party at Birmingham Town Hall) The Print Show team will hit the ground running ready for September 17th to 19th, 2024.

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